This week we have been programming the bee-bots and learning how to debug a sequence. Yesterday we worked with our partner to choose 2 positions on the bee bot mat and work out a route for our bee bot to take.
Today we used the bee bots to plan 2 different routes for the same start and end points. Again we had to plan the 2 seperate routes and test them out on the bee bots.
This week, we asked our partner to get the Beebot to travel from one picture to another. Our partner had to predict the correct directions, record them on a white board and then test them out to see if they were correct!
Today we went outside and became bee-bot robots! We are learning how to follow and give instructions. Working with our partner, we took it in turns to be the robot.
Our partner had to give us instructions and then we followed them. We practised the instructions forward, backward, turn left and turn right. We had to make sure we gave a number at the end of our instuctions e.g forward 3, turn left, forward 1, backwards 2.
Can you turn someone at home into a bee bot? See if they can follow your instructions. Perhaps they could give you some instructions?